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Arch Pain Posterior

“Fallen arches” is the phrase people most commonly use to describe pain and strain in their arches.

Sources of arch pain are usually associated with pronation — excessive motion within the foot. This motion causes the arch to fall, placing undue strain on the structures supporting the arch.

There are many structures inside your foot that can be affected.

This strain causes inflammation and pain whenever your feet are weight-bearing — such as when you’re walking. The pain is often a sharp burning sensation after stepping down from a height.


How Footwear Can Help

Shoes and inserts that limit the movement of the foot are the best option to reduce your arch pain.

Icing the area after the injury can help reduce the pain.

Occasionally, rolling the arch over a tennis ball or can of soup will help arch strain.

A podiatrist should diagnose the specific cause of your arch pain and recommend a treatment regimen right for you.

You can find your nearest podiatrist by CLICKING HERE.

 

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